Taylor Blackburn is a multi-award winning communications specialist. Since 2018, he has focused on personal finance and insurance, and regularly appears in national media including Sunrise, Today, Studio 10, ACA, SBS, ABC, Seven, Nine and Ten News as a spokesperson for Finder. He's also been quoted in national news mastheads including the AFR, Australian, The Daily Telegraph, The Courier-Mail ABC and more. He leads a team of insights and communication professionals who study consumer sentiment and stress on a daily basis.
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- Savings accounts
- Credit cards
- Insurance comparison
- Finder Innovation Awards judge
- Master of Arts (Communication and Public Relations) | University of the Pacific (CA, USA) | 2009-2011
- Bachelor Degree in Science (Education) | Ohio University (USA) | 2000-2005
- Yahoo Finance
- The Australian Financial Review
- The Australian
- The New Daily
- ABC Nightlife
- The Daily Mail
- Money Magazine
- Starts At 60
Latest articles by Taylor Blackburn
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Finder's Cost of Living Pressure Gauge assesses the economic strain experienced by Australian households.
The majority of experts in this month’s Finder RBA Cash Rate Survey believe the RBA will hold the cash rate at 4.35% in December.
Millions of Australians are expected to land themselves in debt over Christmas that could take months to repay, according to new research by Finder.
A Finder survey of 718 travellers found almost half (46%) had altered their travel insurance in some way to cut costs.
Supermarket reward points are helping millions of Aussies to unlock cheaper groceries, according to new research by Finder.
A Finder survey revealed 15% of Australians – equivalent to 3 million people – have taken out a credit card in the last 12 months.
More Australians are planning to shop the Black Friday sales than ever before, according to new research by Finder.
A whopping 46% of Australians – equivalent to 9.3 million people – have shopped or plan to shop during the big sales events this year.
1 in 4 Australians – equivalent to 4.9 million people – are owed money by a mate, according to new research by Finder.
Aussie renters are keeping matters to themselves in hopes of evading a rental increase, according to new research by Finder.